A nine-line Old English poem attributed to Cædmon by Bede, in
book 4 chapter 24 of his Historia ecclesiastica gentis
Anglorum, and recorded in manuscripts of Bede's text.
See our entry for Caedmon by Paul Cavill, and further our entry
for Bede: Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum by Sharon Rowley
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